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Information about parking near Three Bridges Station
Three Bridges is a district of the town of Crawley in West Sussex. The busy train station at Three Bridges runs regular train services to Brighton, Bognor Regis, Portsmouth, Southhampton, Cambridge, Bedford, Peterborough, Horsham, Gatwick Airport and London.
Some additional information about parking in three bridges station, to cater to all your parking needs
When considering where to park, many travellers prefer to look for free on-street parking near Three Bridges Station, as the car parks near the station are quite expensive. The local council operates a residents parking scheme in Three Bridges, and most on-street-parking is reserved for resident permit holders. Most other areas are no waiting zones or have limited stays of up to four hours.
Three Bridges station car park has 337 parking spaces. Parking at Three Bridges station is available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. The car park is managed by ANPR. On arrival, car park users are required to purchase an e-ticket or permit, either at the parking machines, via the JustPark app, the website or Connect cashless parking. Tickets do not need to be displayed and can be purchased in advance, although an advance purchase does not guarantee a parking space. Yearly, quarterly or monthly permits can be purchased on the website or via the app.
For travellers wondering where to park safely, the Three Bridges station car park is ideal. It is well lit and has CCTV. Parking near Two Bridges station for motorcycles and charging spaces for electric cars are also available at this car park. At Crawley Library, parking is free between 18:00 and 7:00. It is a quick two-minute walk from here to the station.
Travellers who are unsure of where to park near the Three Bridges station will find it easy to reach by bus. Three Bridges is served by many Metrobus routes and has easy connections to and from Gatwick Airport, Horley, Crawley, East Grinstead, Redhill, Brighton, Tunbridge Wells, and many surrounding villages.
Parking spaces for all Blue Badge holders are available at the Three Bridges station car park. Disabled parking is free, but Blue Badge holders must register with Connect cashless parking and display their Blue Badge.
There is a height restriction of 1.90 metres for parking near the Three Bridges station in the car park. Most on-street parking is reserved for resident permit holders only. In all other spaces, waiting times are restricted to up to four hours.
Reduced fees for parking near the Three Bridges station apply in the car park on Sundays and bank holidays. There is free parking near the Three Bridges station in the car park at the town hall, a ten-minute walk away.
There are seventeen twenty-minute pick-up and drop-off parking spaces in front of the station. An additional pick-up and drop-off point for up to five cars is located along Station Hill.
For travellers who have a significant wait at the Three Bridges station, there are several attractive gardens and parks nearby, which are worth a visit: the Memorial Gardens in the town centre of Crawley, Worth Park Gardens in Pound Hill and Tilgate Park in south-east Crawley are all within walking distance.